You know the other thing I never see on food blogs?
As in, What do I do with this leftover tomato-turkey soup that no one will touch?
Well, I re-purposed it in a tex-mex chili, using up the last of the turkey I had to cook because the freezer died.
And the chili was great.
Saute one large chopped onion. Add grated garlic, and finish sauteing.
Stir in one quart chopped turkey, along with 1T cocoa powder, 1T cumin and 1T Chili powder. and a 7oz. can of green chilies.
Stir a bit to toast and highlight the flavors.
Add 2 quarts leftover savory tomato soup (?!), a few ladles of diced tomatoes in juice (eyeball your favorite ratio) and salt to taste.
One reasonable question is how I made the savory tomato soup in the first place. (I remember using Garam Masala seasoning). But that is a bit of a moot question, since no one liked it. (Even Jay didn’t take seconds, so it had to have had issues.)
But the chili tasted great, and I canned the leftovers for quick meals in the future.
Only trouble (and I can live with it) is the recipe’s not exactly what you can call “reproduceable.”
And it seems (from my brief acquaintance) that’s the goal of food blogs.
Well, maybe I’ll start a new trend.